CEO of ATHEX Group, Socrates Lazaridis, to address Greek Australians online


Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Athens Exchange Group (ATHEX Group), Socrates Lazaridis, will be addressing Greek Australians online on Tuesday, September 14 at 4pm as part of the Greek Australian Dialogue Series.

The online conference has been organised by Katia Gkikiza, the Trade Commissioner of Greece in Australia, and Paul Nicolaou, Director of the Business Leaders Council, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The ATHEX Group includes the parent company and publically traded Athens Stock Exchange (EXCr.AT) and the subsidiaries, Athens Exchange Clearing House (ATHEXClear) and Hellenic Central Securities Depository (ATHEXCSD).

With the Greek economy showing steady signs of recovery, Mr Lazaridis wants to increase the visibility of companies listed on the Athens Stock Exchange, attract new listings, improve liquidity, further develop the corporate bond market and further increase its international profile by expanding on the support services currently being provided to other organised markets such as the Hellenic Energy Exchange Group, Boursa Kuwait and the Cyprus Stock Exchange.

Mr Lazaridis will talk about the Hellenic Stock Exchange, the Greek economy, how Greece is coping with COVID- 19 and the future for the Greek economy.

About the ATHEX Group:

ATHEX Group and its 100% subsidiaries ATHEXClear and ATHEXCSD operate the organised cash and derivatives markets, carry out trade clearing, settlement and registration of securities, provide comprehensive IT solutions to the Greek capital market as well as other ancillary services (colocation, XNET, LEI et al.) and promote the development of capital markets in Greece. 

The Group also provides support services to other organised markets such as the Hellenic Energy Exchange in which it holds a 21% stake and to Boursa Kuwait in which it holds a 0.8% stake.

Through its participation in the Hellenic Corporate Governance Council (HCGC) – the Group promotes corporate governance and the adoption of best practices in Greece –

Following Mr Lazaridis’ presentation there will be a Q&A session.

Details for the video conference:

Date: Tuesday, 14 September 2021

Time: 4 PM – 5:15 PM (AEST – NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas, Qld), 9.00 AM (EEST – Athens time)

Link: Zoom link will be forwarded to you after you RSVP.

To RSVP, please email as soon as possible to secure your place in this video conference.




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